Christine Van Dusen
Six free daily classes will be held at 200 Peachtree Street from January 29 through 31
The name "SoulCycle" is often spoken in hushed tones, with a reverence more often reserved for the capsule collections at Target. So it makes sense that the indoor-cycling studio with a cult-like following would pair up with the fast-fashion-plus-groceries and-bathmats mecca for pop-up classes in 10 cities.
”Vanilla Spice” tries out the ATLBounce class
We're all wearing Kangoo Jump Boots, which look like rollerblades, but instead of wheels on the soles there are half-moon-shaped tension springs. When you stand still you have to balance, and when you move you have to bounce.
From IV solutions that claim to cure hangovers to salt-infused rooms for fighting allergies. And then there’s the -270ºF chamber that just might freeze you back to health.
We put three unusual therapies—cryotherapy, salt therapy, and hydration therapy—to the test. How well do they actually work?
The classes nurture more than your physical health
They say the body is a temple, and some people certainly treat the gym like a church, following the workout of the day like it’s one of the Ten Commandments. But these days, some Christian churchgoers are doing more to combine faith and fitness, placing a premium on the health of the body as well as the soul.
“This is the largest food service venture any of us have ever done,” said the Gunshow chef
A rain-soaked, mud-slathered, and at least partially drug-fueled music festival isn't exactly the sort of place you'd expect to find fine dining. But there it was, adjacent to the main stage at TomorrowWorld, the gigantic electronic music festival that took place last weekend on 8,000 acres of farmland in Chattahoochee Hills.
The ”mindful triathlon” takes place on October 4
Even if you’ve never completed a triathlon, you’d probably be hard-pressed to describe it as a “kind” sort of race. But then maybe you’ve never heard of Wanderlust 108, a “mindful triathlon” that comes to Piedmont Park on October 4.
Last year, the electronic dance music festival in Chattahoochee Hills generated $72 million in regional impact
Locals who went to TomorrowWorld last year spent about $97 per day while out-of-towners (which includes foreigners from some 75 countries) shelled out $148 a day, which translates to about $72 million in economic impact in the region, according to a study by analytics firm ICF International.
What happens inside the ”Sanctuary” at the Lenox Marketplace shop
If you call ahead and come during the hour before the store opens or after it closes, you can take a shower at Pirch. Though this option has been available since the store opened, the folks there said I was the first to give it a go.
With Southwest, Spirit, and Frontier offering cheaper fares, experts predicted the hometown airline would start to sweat
This year brings expanded service at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport from Spirit and Frontier, low-fare airlines that are so no-frills they’ll charge you to use the overhead storage. But hey, this is good news, right?